What Information We Collect and Why We Collect It
Generally speaking, Tunelf will never gather your personal data when you visit our website. But when your place an order on the website, you’re required to enter some personal information such as your full name, email address, mailing address, phone number, credit card number and expiration date, etc. in order to complete the transaction successfully.
In some cases, you may be asked to use your email address to get in touch with our customer service team, so that we can solve any issues regarding your order, download and installation, registration, and problems that your encountered while using Tunelf software, etc.
How We Use It
We may use your personal information to verify your identification, so as to finish an order. In other cases, we will use it to respond to your inquiries and provide technical support for you, or keep you updated on our latest products, software updates, sales promotion, etc. You can easily cancel the newsletter at any time you want.
We may share your personal info with trusted third-parties who adhere to our commitment to protecting your privacy. In order to comply with applicable laws or respond to valid legal procedures, we may also disclose your information to law enforcement or other government agencies.
How We Protect Your Personal Info
We’re ready to protect your private information stated above. We use a secure third-party digital commerce platform – FastSpring, who encrypts all your personal information before sending it to us. Access to your personal data is limited to people who need it to do their job. Besides, our website server is always safeguarded to avoid any possible information from being disclosed.
To provide better service and experience, we use “cookies” on our website. A cookie is a small file text that contains a string of letters and numbers, to let your browser know that you’ve returned to this site. It works like your ID card and may remember your registered login, preferences, or other customization functions. Cookies do not contain any info that can identify you and they won’t harm your device, either. They cannot be executed as code or deliver viruses.
Most web browsers require visitors to accept cookies by default, but if you want to prevent cookies, you can follow the instructions below to disable or delete the cookies on your browser. But after that, you may not have full access to some of our web pages.
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